WNEO First Nations Experience (FNX) TV Guide Listings

Live TV schedule for WNEO First Nations Experience (FNX) in the Cleveland/Columbus Area

This is the WNEO First Nations Experience (FNX) TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Cleveland/Columbus Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.

6:00 AMThe AUX 
Music videos showcasing artists from Native American and indigenous cultures around the world.
7:00 AMThe Human Effect 
Mankind's mistreatment of the Earth is examined.
8:30 AMCalifornia Pow Wow 
The emotional and dramatic underpinnings of Native Americans in this modern age.
9:00 AMFish Out of Water 
Don and Dawn travel to the foothills of the Rocky Mountains in Alberta to explore the ways of the Aseniwuche Winewak nation.
9:30 AMWassaja 
Looking into how the Ojibwe 'spirit writing' end up on the Standing Rock.
10:00 AMTeepee Time 
Teepee learns how to ride a bike; and meets a friend.
10:30 AMLakota Berenstain Bears 
A Lakota-language version of the children's series about two young bears and the life lessons they learn.
11:15 AMLittle J and Big Cuz 
Indigenous Australian children Little J and Big Cuz go through the ups and downs of the playground and classroom. Together, they embark on exciting adventures as they learn new lessons.
11:30 AMYamba's Playtime 
Jacinta and Yamba get into the bottom of their lost honey cake batter.
12:00 PMFrybread Flats 
Learn the Cheyenne word for "my grandfather," along with additional Cheyenne phrases.
1:00 PMCoyote's Crazy Smart Science Show 
How to create a sunset.
1:30 PMCooking With the Wolfman 
A program on aboriginal food preparation.
2:00 PMCooking Hawaiian Style 
2:30 PMFit First 
The scale reveals whether or not the four participants have met their fitness goals.
3:00 PMDust & Bones 
Examines problems surrounding the preservation and re-dedication of First Nations artifacts, burial sites, and remains through the POV of archaeological consultant Harold Joe.
4:00 PMChildren of the Desert 
The plateaus in Chihuahua, Mexico serves as the home for Tarahumaras, that are still strongly connected to their traditions.
4:30 PMVitality Gardening 
Host Coleen Rajotte learns how to plant a garden the way her Cree and M├ętis ancestors did with help from Audrey Logan, who shows her how to build a mound-style garden to grow corn, beans and squash.
5:00 PMUrban Native Girl 
Lisa explores the issues of cultural appropriation in the fashion industry that some find offensive. Interviews with writer Kim Wheeler, artist Erika Iserhoff and designer Sage Paul are featured.
5:30 PMPeople of the Pines 
The Serrano people's relationships with nature and other tribes is examined. Jerry Paresa narrates.
6:00 PMMaking Regalia 
Guest host Terra Houska shows how to construct baby moccasins out of pigskin leather.
6:30 PMFuture History 
Archaeologist-artist Kris Nahrgang, and dancer-activist Sarain Carson Fox share their personal origin stories and talk about where they are at in their own journey of identity.

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